Shaheen, Susan A., Caroline J. Rodier, Rachel S. Finson (2003) University of California, Davis Long-Range Development Plan: A Davis Smart Mobility Model. Society of Automotive Engineers Technical Paper Series (UCB-ITS-PRR-2003-28)
Additional project supporters included: UC Davis Office of Resource Management and Planning, UC Davis Student Housing, and UC Davis Transportation and Parking Services. The UC Davis Institute for Transportation Studies was also a project partner.
This report reflects analyses completed under Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) 4144 and 4302 and the UC Davis campus survey. This report includes the following sections:
- The UC Davis campus-planning environment including a description of the campus long-range development plan.
- A summary of innovative mobility options and their potential opportunities and barriers associated in the context of the campus-planning environment.
- Focus group results, reflecting response of UC Davis participants to a range of innovative mobility options.
- A simulation analysis of innovative mobility options favored by focus group participants to estimate potential future reductions in auto travel and emissions as well as increases in net economic benefits.
- A summary of the results of the UC Davis Travel Survey to assess current travel patterns and needs.
- A narrowed list of innovative mobility options that reflect the results of the focus groups, simulation study, and survey.
- Conclusions about the need for innovative mobility services in the community and near term prospects.